Authors: Al-Hamdani M, Smith S. Title: Alcohol warning label perceptions: Emerging evidence for alcohol policy. Journal: Canadian Journal of Public Health. 2015 Oct 3;106(6):e395-400. doi: 10.17269/cjph.106.5116. Abstract: Objectives: Patterns of alcohol and cigarette use and abuse can be considered parallels due to their similar social, biological and epidemiological implications. Therefore, the cross-fertilization of policy research, including …
New evidence is mounting that bottles of beer, wine and spirits should carry cigarette-style graphic health warnings to make clear that alcohol is linked to cancer, infertility and violence. Additionally, a number of Canadian jurisdictions reportedly are preparing mandatory warning label laws, in line with the new findings. Research by Canadian PhD. Student Mohammed …
New Canadian research finds crimes, including murders, sexual assaults and drink-driving, dropped 9% over a decade as authorities in British Columbia increased prices by 10%. The conclusions fuel the debate about the need for minimum unit pricing. The research, published in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, shows crimes, including violent assaults, fell …
Americans will soon have the option of consuming alcohol in a new way. It’s called powdered alcohol, or Palcohol, and it’s recently been approved by the government. The above video gives a discription of the product as well as the problems it brings along.
Powdered Alcohol ‘Palcohol’ Sounds Like An Accident Waiting To Happen (Forbes.com 03/13/15)
POWDERED ALCOHOL: NEW PRODUCT NOT APPROVED BY US GOVERNMENT (EUCAM 04/28/14)
Video: Government approves sale of powdered alcohol (Fox News 03/14/15)
Video: Palcohol: powdered alcohol (CBC News 03/17/15)